For many, the summer brings longer leisure hours and the chance to relax at the seaside and enjoy the sun.
But for others, the better weather means there's more time for outdoor sports, whether it's tennis in the park, jogging on the beach or a dip in the local pool.
And summer exercise is a great way to feel healthy and toned and ready to show of the tan to best advantage.
But hot weather work outs bring added risks, so, before you start sports in the sunshine, take a look at our tips...
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